Fiat 125 Abarth

I look for any info about Fiat 125 Abarth. Will You help?

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On Wed, 03 Sep 2003 18:52:38 +0200, Unknovn <"Unknovn"
I guess the Ritmo/Strada 125 Abarth is what you're after?
Here are some specs for you: http://www.carfolio.com/specifications/models/id/?idB691
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I think about Fiat 125 (1967-1973) like this one http://www.cybersteering.com/contest/answer28.html but with Abarth modifications.
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On Thu, 04 Sep 2003 09:39:23 +0200, Unknovn <"Unknovn"

Sorry - I just looked in the Abarth Catalogue Raissonne - no mention of any 125-based Abarths. It could be just a slightly higher-spec 125 with Abarth badges tacked on in the hope of adding a bit of glitz & glamour to it....
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I also thougth there wasn't Fiat 125 Abarth, but look here: http://www.uab.org/rally/bulgaria/Rally2003-Reglament-new.pdf (2'nd page, 1975, Fulvio Bacchelli + Bruno Scabini) Except this, I never saw anything more abut this car.
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wrote:

I live in South Africa and we had a special performance version of the 125 called the "Scorpion". It was very quick for a 1600cc, 0-60 in 8,7 seconds and maximum speed about 180km/h for the 4 speed version at 6700 revs (would not rev further). I suspect the cam was hot and the main reason for the performance. The 5 speed should have been faster with higher gearing.
It was modified by John Conchie and was sold through Fiat dealers. What a car!! I think I should Google "Fiat 125 Scorpion" and see what turns up!
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On Fri, 05 Sep 2003 12:34:17 +0200, Ernest <"Ernest"

Howzit boet? ;-)
I remember the Conchie stuff from old CAR magazines, but never actually saw one. With all due respect to the conversion, the Abarth stuff is in a different league altogether IMHO.
Ciao from jhb
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The Strada Abarth 125 is a 'real' beast. I have the Fiat Workshop Manual for this car. From what I can remember it was basically for the Swiss market.
If you want to let me know what particular technical info is of interest I will go and see if it is detailed in the manual.
Most things are.
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Ofcors I want it, send everything You've got (data, pictures, everything).
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can't really provide all the info you are looking for because there is just so much of it!
Basically the 125TC is the same as the 130TC but the following may differ:
Chassis: ZFA 138 A.00 Engine: 138 AR1.000B Version: 138 A9 (3 & 5 door versions) Weight 920kg Speed Max. 190 kph EEC Fuel Consumption: Urban 26.2mpg, 56mph 42.8mpg, 75mph - 31.7mpg, Ave - 32.3mph 4 cyls Bore 84mm Stroke 90mm Size 1995cc Compression Ratio 9.45 Max Pwr. 91.9 kW - 125CV @ 5800 rpm Torque 17.16 daNm - 17.5 kgm @ 3500 rpm Valve Timing: Inlet 11deg BTDC to 48 deg ABDC Valve Timing: Exhuast 8 deg ATDC to 51 deg BBDC Carb: Webber 34 DMTR 51/350 Venturi: 25mm 1st barrel - 27 mm 2nd barrel Differential: Final Ration 14/50 (3.571) 1st - 12.795, 2nd - 7.981, 3rd - 5.503, 4th - 4.117, 5th - 3.449, Reverse - 13,091
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I guess you mean this car http://www.martinwillems.nl/html/voorraad-n.html
It's for sale in The Netherlands. Perhaps you can get some information from Martin Willems!
Jan-Wijtze The Netherlands.
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